The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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S to *of t .i o als-
a post., it was

a sources said CIO
; 6dent .craor P. Reuther
had written Jforelgn al direc-
1or 1 aro d Z. Stsn, asking
wq 1no CIO official had been
W SiLk labor adviser to his

The CIO also has been
blocked Ut far in efforts to
get one of Its leaders Into a
olUcy jqb at the labor De-

The CIO nominated George
Weave;i Negro union leader, for
the laeor adviser post in Stas-
pen's ageny, early in February.
5uokeua n for the labor or-v
"ntAgm believe it has been
Ki ,T'at the White House,
th rofess not to know
At the request of Secretary
{ Lebr .Mlartin P. Durkin, the
D nm bated John' W. Edel-
1, to be an Assistant See-
of Labor. Presldental as-
t heRman Adams is re-
Sto have urged the CIO
m ihae someone else OB

R either Is said to have stood
fan for Edelman, telling
Adams to take him or no ono

The Wer enrmed jnIted
States CItisesMs' A ulatlon
hopes to hold an el n of
Directors by the end of May, the
date to be announced 4s soon
as the slate has been completed.
The Board of Directors will
conulsaof members of represent-
atives elected by resident mem-
bers Waq. owh .U. 8. rate town-
site. Mwe- umber of directors
repremsntl each townsite is
based on its population
Anyone Interested In tunn g
as a dreeia should contact e
election 'chltman for his ar .
All United states eitifns e -
plWed -by A.e Panama Ca 1I
Company oiad Canal Zone Go -
ernment and their dpendens
or'.lA yeap of age are eligib e
as .ep tatives. The cha -
& alboa Heights, Sam
4. P. Boukals. 2-3404.
ibhta, Ernest Curling
jf ftel. R. I'. Hesch, 4-


Betty Malone, 6-424.
M e Marcum. 5-566.
L C. R. Newhard, 3-
tolal, Virginia Pat-
D.n. D. A. Waddell,

pdson In i e last Thuuisy
after an ofU pardon, brought
with him the yet-undisclosed de-
tails of his arrest and 4'prepara-
tion" for the trial in which he
recited a confession to charges
of spying against the Czech gov-
The 39-year-old Associated
Press correspo n d e n t spoke
guardedly of the trial in brief
Interviews before leaving Eu-
rope yesterday for the United
But he hinted that his appear-
ance in court at the espionage
trial In 1951 was preceded by
elaborate "psychological" prepa-
"They were very efficient In
their methods and preparation
for my trial," he told reporters
In Frankfurt. "It would be diffi-
cult for me to describe what hap-
pened so that I could be under-
stood by anyone not familiar
with such proceedings or with
what is done individually.
"I think you could call it more
psychological than anything else.
"If what I was heard to say
or reported to have said during
the trial sounded like I was re-
citing something, why, that's
tje way it was."
Oatis Indicated he believed his
trouble with Czech authorities
stemmed from his effort to "pre-
sent an essential sides" in re-
porting the news.
"Many people, especially peo-
ple in charge of the (CzechI gov-
ernment, do not see things as we
do in the United States or other



lhis accident, which ocurM4 tday on Boll-
0-WHured were Oscar RittWrM, aanian. 24,
, merican. K. who drove te er auto; Ma-
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countries where freedom of I
press exists. '
"I found that an American 5,
porter, trying his best to do a ;
as fairly as he could, was notr- -
derstood," he said.
The tall, lean corresp~eme-a
said he was not subjected .
any "political or ideMiqe
pressure" during his
ment, but be lived on a r.if
prison routine.
He was cut off completely frin
news of the outside world.
He did,not know until last Sa-
urday, when he was delivered izo
to the hands of U.S. embassy of-
ficials in Prague, that Dwight D.
Eisenhower had become Prest-
dent of the United'States or that.
Josef Stalin was dead.
Sunday was a quiet day -oI
rest and relaxation for a
following his first sound Ide.o
since he was informed just ho-.
fore midnight last Thursday
that he was being released.
Cautious and reluctant to talk
at length about his experlenq
behind the Iron Curtain. tU
newsman from Marion. Ind.,
add some details to the story he
told at a Nuernberi press con-
ference Saturday night.
He said the Czechs did not try
to indoctrinate him with O O-
munism. nor did they mletrat
Asked if he felt that his arrest
was due to or part o01 a pre-
determined campaign by the
Czech government to oust all
Western correspondents. Oatis
said he could only consider that
to be speculation.
He said he was permitted
exchange letters regularly witb
his wife during most of his tilt
in prison.
Oatis said his Czech guaf 8
roused him just before midni '
last Thursday and took him t
an official who told him he wa
being pardoned. .
Saturday morning tbhe Cw '
gave him back the blue t M
wore the day he was
In April, 1951, and all the
ers he had on him that
except the notebeek adM
used in evidence agatlst
at his trial.
One of Oatis' first re
after he reached a
hotel was for a "hot
further style."
The hotel supplled a
Oatis ate halfa dOM m ia
ed his lps with satlsfaetMa,
"Now Im beginning to fM
more lke home."
"I'm glad to be out of p1 "
on." he said. "As to the a
ods by which my conf J
was obtained I'd say
suMficent and adequate
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T upe Queien. ... .. Guards Details

'"0 Hats Crown ,P e rt

rop In iFor, $Se Of 'Preparations
LONDON y 1 4UP)-Quen
SFo SElizabethIToeturned for
working holiday In Sctd to-
Sol her 27-year life.
During her "rest" In -Scotland, -.
r 0 --- she started memorizing the en-
Two Americans who arrived Hilliard were nqt earrylae theatre 2% hour coronaton cere 0
Ssaterdan u uaNoed o e w, back In a BuckinghamPal- NEW YORK, May 18 (UP) William Oatis cm
two-seraterdplaneywete rn & "t r ro rued d a, n cot -N
thi morning e werea charg of cateofe ent- ace she faces an intense pro- home today to the wife whose letter to the president
hvin stolen th plane .iTe Coopert said at one s at- ei s Iencludingsnnathe e-w Czechoslovakia was credited with winning his.,r
Panam Hpoa liPle i a Marion dr to ue a or days, the trying on of 1newfrom prison. wni
Cooper, 26, who. b he .is a Honduran-regstered aircraft hats and the p e r I The Americn newsman who spent 22 months
oto) an of the ormn ai and The two qien dEd n a- crown encrusted with 3. The American newsman who spent 22 months
in James A. Hillia, 1, both have tla Verus at 11 a.m. t- Mine. Claude St. Cyr will fly Czech prison on "trumped up" espionage charges
: 85- long police record n the Unit- urday morning aetl ovterfrome Pari with the hats, chduled to arrive at New York's international
_____ ed Status. A choi'buing made of gas. Aftd uelung tbey which the Queen has chyo
ith the find ot they oo off d landed at the ar- from a big collection of models this afternoon, for his first reunion with his wife in1o.
Share wanted. cos Gelabert Airport at Palila. submitted to her. Three years.
thy a d roH Police met themat the field fit the crown, which he haq al- Te dark-haired Mrs. Oatis arrived here by p
lwnaiddthe last long hours of patient
das to Santiago-n unusual- and took awa tprt ted cas the hed yesterday to spend the last long hours of t
S long non-stop flht or anbut allowed th to gofree. is smaller than that of her fath- for his return." .
fligtpanLater the polUe 'reoeiveda re-or, King George VI who was last4 f
n quest from Hp16urm asking for to wear It.

He also claimed tp have led a the arresof the two men, who She will keep it in the palace helast saw her husband
Sabre et fighter ouat inf i had all stolen the plane so she may practice wearing it when she bade him farewell at
... r, with the rank of colonel, they arr eno~ An. in her spare moments. a London airport in June. 1950,
I Rod- face is scarred asif from a In premoration for the corona- shortly after they were married. '.
om ila crash. e I had a On their arrival the two men lion period. Queen Mother Elina- I'm perfectly delighted to be
7t on hWhile fig Padc- produced t sa- fr the beth sd PrincessMargaret. the here and I am impatiently wait-
so I plane..tohabeenQueen' si t e r, moved out orlIg my husband's return," she
S,. MhPASppa by the Lrknham Palace today, id.
had aukbed atemalah rc"ona ate. Is aQuen's request 'they had He s grateful as I am for,
-6 rcwhich rvnained tn the palace f t e r all those who have helped in his
"W 'a residence In Mrs. Oati said her husband,
an tried to telephone her from Ger-


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i o. _... ,, .o..... -IN ADamo s _- Drew PeFaron says: Policy of "t
Eih .K~^ ^ *Every time he turns around, w d eat. oo ge Wtl
SA IL O X tohe American s being ed ig P t
T rHM I discover another contilnent. Thi e '
tim e it's Africa. .r. -The ns* deb tor o
0 o The Amerloam's attention t i Aer cabinet t I
The Mail ..x is an open forum for read ers e The Panama Am r-Raodo i s pocke tboe :toad( inret e .
icon. Letters are received retafully and ate handled in whlly con are pretty thoroughly eva ae t a l voted a
He knows Britain and" o b ia:- I t raed agt t.
dontial manner. friends and his own besutry bad a Ha Mi
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient It It doesn't appear the iS dound Up w th th ir tjte then, b0m tha g an aellm.ult W, eiM --
Please try to keep the letters limited to ipa page length. a re his country's f t a %, 07or a t ctt to
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. are hitna are live d r spots ld be against the ph Dam w
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for t atements As pcninss Cthe ualty liss re heloque o a t
ers in lt. fm Anthecasualty lists Ire eloqUen. and IC I Tosoph V4am ear
expressed in letters from reoa s nBut that's merely the begin- a ids are lMa
-s- fvelAmering.wm .

S -uez anal Is an IndIspensable ule wt.
I know of a young boywhose hobby Is stamp collecting He I ree world lifeline. Yugoslavia th ow .e
'very interested in contacting another stamp collector in this Is a bastion of southeastern t
a for purposes of trading, stamps and Ideass. Europe whose fall to Rus ttsia wl d r
Hes Dennis Cra, 112 erndaleMillValley, Calif. would outflank the West. e ep t
Germany and iapan are belp.thh
I wish you would place his name In your column in the hop great Industrial prizes which p e w
at it will be seen by on interested stamp collector. Touhst be hel
To his ears come other re- ,,
S7 r c"i ncerelyn ports that he must watch Indla .s of aOW
l closely, since it may be the b
C. L. Johnson next big Asian target of the of Labor D .o f
Reds. house.
KHe Is told, too, that counBtry a-. "" '.'
after country In Latin Amer- .,'. EMENH
Ica Is a hotbed of communism. d
#" !The spotlight s on. With a. with Wilsgton ,a- te toted th(.M t. at tl.

-. brn n ^ spectacular pictorial effort and
oune aac lysisorfe magazine co a&l n erned. however that tS. i
Shas tried in a recent issue bylaw toa cept the lowest bid. Wilsonft
to show the American why he inghous be negiv a e hanm e tho most alb.. te u
Other magazines have con-
a good many ne wtpa p e This would give We house the advantage of now
a g-reporters have landed safely my n e low it wouldhaVe to ra .e Itsa figures Sr to
riepoter Ihe a l a ande af re l ish competotion, t the BD tlb hove *i
P. o making their way Inland. ea a Pt d.t
oThe sad thing is, all these Biggest cabinet worry, however. wi over economy. It would.
many of the calls for his money B B n't look good to throw out a 600Oo a
are legitimate. d athed, at a ti t.e y wera prp l
Clamor and confusion, the A- Finally it was decided to take the question uo with the lead
merican often wishes he old As a hero-worshipper I am real pleased Papa was the best the manhad in him at the time and in~ GOP economizers on the House Approriatons Committ
shrug off the whole business win the Pulitzer for "Old Mah and the Sea," be- got hl full effort.I Wilson and Assisltant Secretary of Defense lrank weu e
and Just devote h'b "elf to cause nobody ever knocked that particular prize I almost always get angry at the conceit of signed tp ask the Congressmen whether they wourthr'
trying to understand his own unless he was sour raping, and it's real nice to the reader, who owns you for two bucks, and wh the $1.600.000 economy or give Westnghote a second?" t
country. come back strong when the carpets got you on scoffs at sears and never felt a wound when I belt the British bid.
This he cannot do, naturally, the ropes. comes to the battle of authorship. The Congresimen privately cepted .U% n' argibft 'm
S From the chaos of world prob- They had Ernest Hem .w .on the ords real He can buy you but he doesn't own you, and promised to keep still about *huch it ,old .e
.. ~..'- lems he must seek some mesas- good over that Interlm j -bW 'Across the River until he has stuck his fanny to a chair seat n payers.
ure of order. and Into the Trees," i that was the title, and glared at a vast expanse of white paper he as NOTE-The British Board of i'rade has been .l g
6/VE, At risk of being crudely ar- then the old boy come hari off the floor and very little right to call himself critic, howl over squeezing out the British bid, that U.
/ 70bitrary, he must fix a priority- back into the chanipeenslip. What the reader of long efforts seldom realizes Winthrop Aldrich has warned that British ir ob.
7 E A R/C/AN of-interest scale for dealing with I am of the school which would rather read is that thire are an awful lot of commas and bid again and may stop doing butines. entirely tt& united
CANC ER SOCI E7Y the nations seeking his atten- bad Hemingway th an good anybody else, and I prepositions and conjunctions in any piece of States. -
tion. don't like it when they go around sneering it my prose, and that the bricklayingand lathe-nal- GOVERNORS 9311'1,
The place of Korea, Indo- heroes. ing takes I far sight longer than the interior Here are some highlights of the csrs brieflln" 'Mi
China and Western Europe at Sneer they did on the "Over the River" (and decoration. Writing is the dirtiest work I know, governors of the 48 states during their sat0o' wiht t,
_____the top is obvious, whatever the rest of it was), including me, Which and even bad writing Is as hard a good writing. hoeor administration
No so clear lis the question is not nice of small boys in the pretense Of their I believe that no author is any sort of an a- Secretary Of State Dult s rted that e r higlflt
where India belongs, or Africa. wiser elders. t ue of hs o in a ular d an a
"---e oPv su Africa, like Asia, is In fer- e a r kE.,M. Heingway, when he wr-r Pe-Btd he OM30tmti th outle-
Answer to Previous Puzzle ment. Its peoples have been Mr. Hemingw a nevermakes Tarastcehptex- .L.f thavehtmatua no uAewit.etd o l.
A elves than the grindifl rty hb characteristles. He to*i tlhe bTerng on maittin 116. #s-I wsat lsut In the way banmimI sionW
SYostfu e o a gaene. eekthat Cin- an he a, and, in effteet, f told ti erle 16 e. t flee, President luenhower told im -th the irw bl
S-vYouthful .z,' m.n @ts no net 4 ', write themselves something longer Mt7n 00.r,.. 5,the o oan truce.. -
tNelson 6 War god of ferment but are ply trIng words. ,ld 9 1!1t 11M ned. Dll. deare; ~owevr,,
e S on -- Greece t take credit for Rt, and trying I believe I know what he was sht i a I that- U. iotato im s and will sai foor .'
Sblonde haIr 7 Sorrowful to exploit If fe the future. the regretted book before "Old Mu.. wnd a f r .. "
boHer eyesore 8 Vry edges of Ari6da hf not gSm so far considerable.shook to hli phyal we .t w afinI onfts la ~ lP*mar ,lwo rp hi tdk. .'r
..... cliffs down 'the road as Af.. In Italy, and he sat down and wrote 3tmen, anad the w genera Utro o: F.=o uh qlina et e bellair.
12 EmRerald Isle Row We tay help to prevent a last-gal) pieces about slhihyh hoe d with I ot I years, 4bb ay with these t ofou arwl utoe. .__-n .
12 Constellation l10Employer violent explosion if we can on.the edgenof bconinfg t- et, we i n thence dfIntsc chaes
14 Hiozartd lio Pileces out 2 9Number 43 Sineing voice find lth e hear. an4 the means mbh hao felt at the time. s.. thei othe m P~lo' same firm policy laid down by Dyrnlks .as try f *I'
15 Denomination19 Huge barrel 209 Plant 44 Harvest to acor*'ae A rican people oo heh---B. .of .a yrn". be"m ed. ".
I'S Crinmson .20 Rowing 31 Glut 45 Small island in the fulfillment of their le- The book w w itn for the b la hi letl to him rnor h e dl of a he a, e
1? Arrow poison implement 37 Giveear to 46 Hindu timate aspirations for self- who'e strhot to net t hrelitand.s -.6 that rea r kllhip moo tis FourM a don MYo ra t alt..Iu .
13 Parts of coats 22 Shout 38 City in The garment development. wfrwirdo A ry strong tovn a g Chrootlbo o. ';R ... ratroa od a sor ohig- ThIn wasgreeted ii.hplaw s. A" *S~m ae
10 Hearv blows 23 Stand Netherlands 47 Soviet lake If we do not-if we insult on As such It W" a good book. Thre .ia Bin a po, and ab.
2Mal shb op out Eteerrnt 40 FencIng i gur intrst to n author with de of craft who meMsr t lay thernenta r ts b en A E t
22Tibetan" o 25 On 40 Withdraw weapon places plagued by crisis- then book than he Mould write. Profcar t cre ees..4 Sh 9r t yForeigns Igte t
23 Violentrust 26 Whitish 42 BadgerlikL 49 Termini we elt l surely be rewarded one demands that even it a commodity 'i11_ he aa a Qi l ck one now 91.. i why the ad)tatln ing tobcut rel
26 People t 27Above mammal Di Witticism L ka og -asze blowup In .ood by people with t1h two bucl t I -tugh t the ofl Iseialscera. $7.6 Mt 8 r bI
So Consume o m tr heesterica. $11trepora II"TUs thuftriftt tes ori* 1
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24 Entire mlATOth(JUP) ThirLy four About theanowa tit ft
5 Compasspoin tlts 'isierm ',l burn to death and
3surfae "2000. h ns will suffer Ire dam- By son yde* no w Nsouwcinos" -add am,. a"I*s

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SForrtny Sn olid Colors
p d nu mber e ing s
slowdowniepesn I.U
F of' is learned ty.u
out Defsnsamo ry
Chai ls the Air.Foe .T oe .
d.... S, planned s nTue Same in
Truman adm iitrati, .ito 3q 01i44. Gnn
S Little or will be made during fiscal 194 Genuine Argy
.in palaiuswars f interceptor wings as- In Six Color Combinations
signed to itd States against air attack. $ p
Stadford-tob chairman of75 pair
com o iAbattles

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aFease spending P.

3 Will C, ptroI House In 1954
le Bow-
44.and man. e ,

*"s' p.oboatro coo eo)00.00w 3 uP' ~~' )'Mth] also app *lfttd Mitchell predicted party
theTwoaftowtIsphoonathird committee tto nVestiae eains in New York and tor-

: I'I II.Ij ,lll fJ .! Z~it'llt _.-I .,,1 pt eucsedthe .possbiblnty of revising coan- ohs, key states that gave their
The be in amounts for new yesterday e Demo"ashwou venatomic bomb. It n rules votow s Marines crouching in a six-foot treenhower
arr~e r an I ue and alpare win c.ntro o next It may look into the ae ntr- In la t Yucca Flat, N ev.i elec-
h as more forse
defene for40; ic Chair man: 'we
.inol io ValhwerM

R .. =- i ," ? 'r I a Odor t d tesae nteehnae ds-of bterro bteelerh N td thugtth pr
a IO -1- "In- .'r ol H ou se In,1954'
go thn A5, *

te Und Sa re' lvlt" In 1949,m Mtel noed that he o UP) Mitchell also alted pared it to a family that "hy
t Should iarion i d had established wo commit- Mitchell maid on a Gannett t Iouble" and thn draws clMn-
bint from ta. f s te t oth m e sMpet lor..d tees to study a pM-oposl for an News Service broadcs on- t key states that gave their
A ge--- 4=rirTebe tre. 'be in.accounts for now yesterday nthe-emocratsa would vention rules. votes to President Eisenhowert-
___ P7.- a-d. ,t acus'dr, fo ver
"' carrier na i -baimber planes and lpare e ws elections. ~e th compoosext It mary lcan overomkInto the conit. apparenlast yeand "quite embarr-
S GModoywhunfors.t, Va V*year.tHe add a he hoped It wbuld versial "loyalty oath" Seate cl tpon.

18 UP) O x"t ~ok. Munt, te wrld g~ wv~lIn of ai prt~ltltO. Ru5- of 17 memberS.of oogigu and He offered a flat prediction sing to them toq," he said.
Mard i Tafstrack bk at h o these on tr of hente, ad pares- off a bitter row betweenor"tHel said he thought the par-
Ia e aRtr apoin pite.anuphfig ern and Southern Demottea is better united now that
ert ii~a.A.Tf ekndH eheadirt last summer's national conven- wb~n It was In power. He com-

the United atere tlt" in t 1t, by. bacoichei announced th.he Senate, where one third iPaeve "extremists" of either theas
TO ved its m=Vf~ th m*e souVed had establabdi two commit- Mitchell said on a Gannett trouble" and then draws clos-
G V!1billonsthu ra ltip more a *f tees to study & proposal for an News Servicebracs that ertog .vw
fg or air o6wer. ane and'less -131o AUB- SU- extraordinary n&atioa party the Republicans have a .,tac- Te Repblicans have polit-.
e S .o. n .s t thatpeibomber, h &aFo wrce Convention to wts a plaof the sical" advantags will be at stake in Northern or Oandtheir dif-ns
It he nation eo tnowas accused of. form for the 14 s now on- races but thas 48 Republes isfecntrol the Dvmoeryuch party.
tn amotf oce in Doif e Wshater al elections. is composed party can overcome It e t ai won't con-

S to r 0V C, ; a aate4 nDemonratt and one icnde- tan dinsetraton mitce
I rM O..r:.O0 ,.-"e ,l l ,z d.,- a el huro d Banvr:h k A Gun tro! t .. paYtz itheyt w n"]
th the Peaer sai flUthe 'eat cdmto C h Ierairen to ait' iR 17-r air. Several of the Demopratic up saidn gthy have accomplish-
W. .4as y b Pa(Ps the yap srnow w r l wawoda auon Cnska ae a d-tth i erof Ma 1 U PA fornre-el let are- fom H ed ry l d nd hih tb
hso teyard ar "a ealofteArm-rtsu
Sben-SoMi Fore.tDaymwato aebk iat bn- thirsty yoth, denied a drink be- party's so-called liberal bloc. ed very little and what hasr the
ate i 1 .his extra supply failed te O cause he w broke, obbed Among them are Sens. Hubert when the Democrati minority
Iriandhemar voe t 1. Hubhrebstt

ear'sn- Pelat" RAmo a Estee e4auver of Tennele. should.d
--de 29 rpm s"ppey$:oied Iaef gtIb- EvenPa he "06 caueer he wl theopatrobteeythe dinon

oI~~drg IIop .a reakIt peittheo yoh
a C v tnaPp d tner drfink because Oun ry wasret
Mgt Vae ,that Parkr adte'rani.,at this W ent I S.W gl0e]0dt hMd~~~nf:"o efveralof teneheDemorashopead. "71e aeeopi

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s ,"tThe youth left the bar, got a
eb e b eA t~r S sHbpter seckh wrote a threatening
tsi note hen wa .lked calmly introe H rPofsera-MsordDest
w s o W i tT ellet Lean s M anuel said he ,o 1 a Prd- s
wht*hehd dwas counting at large stack of4
ty arA l at the time, He gave this .
del all, 44.t of the robbery:
a,$.ulaidongamsul* as Rwauveedf Tnnesse. shuld.

G lob"t M naryMe w idyw andthanded me a note
confessed bul.h ot Pl this b with
;Hegoge m bOg O itClow
r. kiledow sSTh dnt etry anythdMing
bseause ,re got you coy- wt AT p g.un, but I did- a.lo
re-'p tdki what money I had into
u pthatr"rfus ad -not move until he
S overloaded lane t Rd hesald but as soon
hafldtthebrtogetgout Ia
m abbed agun and started aft- And 500)
Sw t o just received of thii same
l.- Nylon washable fabric -
11 : ..*O~ lot teller then calleyns
beank- nard Y at a very special price of
.euilir..N said he $ 50
'as o ffting a nlarg e s acksof
itad l U mayr a16 (M

-"L butn asked to be allowed
aryYto St thgdr robber to the ,"""""
sN. .- ~(County) jail
BhUO Iha ndBruce domlean o t HM
'tam ~s se b'uild- pr t "'-eu said that the mong d thASSORTMENT OF
sea more for what little Guan lloryhah
hebe returned to ME'
to family wbat MD', Gondhil

i961YagtnI' rnod holdeth e the idea that modern blonde furniture SP
: No o WdSon Of NY iese- the mos luxurious of rugs don't o $ .00 -$25
,"'--. -r Next M t .This sa little housewives tale. Our besti- n- Ar -
Pdtell us da one of smartest decorating

a Ma--y, Is, may s (IW) they've seen in many homes, is the room where
.oosevelt .Chinese rug as a focal point enriches the sim-. L0 c
aaMsaposeveltgnd .0f it's modern furnishing. In fact, we have many
r~anms fl cw ase me .ag collection of rugs, which because of their design $9.50 -$.
wlowNa*r bw'r aIdwr soft tones are as easily adaptable to modern decor
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Shavout Services Begin

Tomorrow At Balboa JWB

* The Festival of Shavuot, al- is the birthday of Israel's 1
as known as "The Feast of tionality.
Weeks" will be celebrated by The presentation of the E
Jews throughout the world iron calogue has proven of the
anudown tomorrow until sun- most importance both to Ist
itwn Thursday. and the world since It has
* This holiday was originally come the basis of moderw.ctv
observed as an agricuhural'zatlon. It is considered
bast which marked the begin- proud possession not only of
ming of the wheat harvest. At Jew, but of the Christian wo
tVij season the first fruits of as well.
the soil were offered to God. Shavuot services will be co
./This token reminded the Chil- ducted by Rabbi Nathan Wit]
oft irael that everything be- at the USO-JWB Armed For
longed to the Lord and that Service Center, Balboa. T2
they were merely the custodians schedule is as follows:
of these products. Thye were en-I Tuesday, 7:30 ppm.; Wedne
joined to share the harvest with! day, 9 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Thu
the poor and the stranger. One day, 9 a.m.
iW40 had many possessions was. Memorial services (Yisko
rpor-iole for alleviating the will be read during the Thu:
,,.'icring of those who were less day'T morning services.
I .iunate. The .commanding generals
the U.S. Army Caribbean, ar
:av.'uot today is a reminder the Caribbean Air Comma:
,A'lhe social, ptlirrtions of man-, and the Commandant of t
i 1d. 1' 5th Naval District have issue
>.e festival is associated tra- special memoranda regard
dii onally with a great historic I the Festival of Shavuot ser
0--0nt, tie promulgation of the ices.
Ten Commandments on Mount ... -
Ai. It marks the birthday of
SUrael'sreliion, just as Pr-,c .IUTH MILLETT Says

Nlush' Soap Used I received this letter from
thoughtful, man:
SArmyWorkers "Recently I read an artic
y Army Workers of yours under the headirn
'Try to Hold a Man? What Fo
1WASHINGTON (UP)- Soap From the vantage point of 3
I h a "built-in blush" is be- years of married life, all.
1 used by the Army to warn them spent with the same wil
vice personnel and civilian your article makes much mo:
vcrkeers who handle explosives sense than many others see
twat their skins are contamin- to. I congratulate you.
ated. But there is still much I
st be said. One might gather front
When such a worker uses the cosmetic and style ac
th.s soap and his skin turns vertisements that a, wife ha
a ch-rrv-pinkl or a canary yel- only to keep her figure slim
los, he knows he's explosive. So her hands soft, her hair shirt
he scrubs a little harder until ing, and her fragrance swee
the color disappears and he can That if she takes care of suec
be reasonably certain he has things her husband will contain
been decontaminated. ue to adore her.
he soap contains potassium "There are many other thing
av te..This reacts with TNT to about a wife which, cottribut
p 'pe the canary. yellow, and to her husband's well beuig an
~ tryl. a pale yellow. cry'- insure .his loyalty, Indeed, the
s explosive; to give the are much Importat t ha
c -pink reaction. glamor. Why not give them
Soap, a government se- little publicity? You might kee
provides only part of the a few. couples out of th
er to a grave problem. As divorce courts'in this way.
ers come out of the show- "If you do fiot know wha
r '"',is "l". r.i- these things are just ask .an
t ,k" R- m an, who has, found one wif
t," to various parts of the adequate for a period between
10, and. 50 years."
Is more sensitive than!WHIAT DO MEN THINK?
t sin. Any traces of it' con-
t hitthin, explosives whichstil All right, let's ask. the men
r, r4'min are revealed in' What is. more Important i
~ t' l.-* "-'-" sol'i'v1 wife than beauty? What-auAll
F ied. It ha$ no cleansing ties are more .mportan
lertis tu does the soep. than looks and last longer?
Softer, lS deadly ts Is a good disposition one o0
ler WO(9r expOsiae those important qualities?
allow,.It to enter the And i about a se& L
blooate .,..d deritus illne.,s humaprt
er "even de itti could. result. Is it 1port tha'tlthe 1
a good housekeeper?
Give Him License Does teligence count for
Is it important for her to be
For A Tricycle thrifty?
SIs it better for her to have
PROVIDENCE, R. I. iUPi- her own interests. or to make
Frivr'cs O'Rork. 29. of Oakland her family her life?
Beach confused officials when' Should she be the famll3
he tried to register his vehicle. I manager, or play a" less domi-
It's a three-wheel electric car, nant role?
quite automobile, not quP'e You husbands who are, able
rlntorcycle, it has only one to speak with authority be.
he gllght. cause you have been happy with
*ter days of Inspection, con- one woman for at least ten
a*u tlon and negotiation. 0'- years should give us your ideas
Rf finally was awarded a 11- and opinions. They'll he pub-
cele for a heavy motorcrvcl lished.

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Alfred Scheonter oa Pleasant-
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clubs, and I put tp abe ace at
ence and dropped we Jack from
my hand. I felt suhe that the
opening lead was a stigleton by
my1J9ale card.
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with the naturally
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for his partner to ruff, after
'wixUh I needed the wt th
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Jack of .hearts oa4 dloinw's re-
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1 led my i l Wet had
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ANNUA LQ B BALL nine awards, three in each
BELD AT Cr to those showing the
Improvement in rifle mar
The Aniial A ar ll of the Cristobal High 8hodol ship during the year.
R.O.T.C. wpsr haled l ar Iuag at the Coco Solo Officers went to Military 3- Cadet
Club, wh Ov at h ad eighty members of the R.O.T.C. Rudy Smith: Cadet Priv
with their young lad*aia Interested adults attending. Smith; Cadet Corp. Richa a'
The Club was beaut*ui,dIec- and R.O.N.B. with Major O. A. Cunnngham; Military 2
orated for the occc a 'b MBs Gonzalez, and Mr. John Burn, Cadet o Joseph Lowe;
Nancy Karager, B"A.- presidents of the organizations, Corp. Joe Storch and .
sor, Misses Lottie n making the presentations. These g. Bnny avore.
and Lqancy BaaWo, y medals went to the cadets hav- I Calsa -Cadet 1st Class
sponsors, and Mi.- i Ing the highest overall acade- Mc8parran; Cadet It C
l'eterson. mic standing in the School, Garlad Lane and Cadet
Among those presti were: Including the MS &T. dally Class Therone Lewil.
Lieutenant O ,ad average and annual examina- ,
Mrs. H. 0, Pa &m r tion, and leadership ability as ro Voyage Faty i. :
and Mrs. Jose n 4OoStilez, adjudged by seven members of For Mr. N M*Mrs ekm
Colonel and Mrs. I. F, Tayr, the faculty. The senior award Mr. an Mrs. Starford
Captain and Mft.. LI I&gee of gold medal went to Cadet chill. r., entertained
Lt. Capolonel H. W. I e. Major Carl Pinto. Cadet Captain night with a dinner ar
and Mrs.. Paul jig. W. Dale Cockle won the first place ther home to honor W d..-
and Mrs. Earl d r l- nuedal; Cadet Major Robert IMrs. Kerdis Meek.s, o f
boa, Captain and Ms. J. W. Salter won the 2nd place medal, Gulick. who are sailing on th
Husseyj Lieu4nant and Mrs. and Cadet 1st. Lt. Lawrence Cox 25th for duty at Fort Dra.&
Ray Uolden of Balboa, and the third place medal. N. C.. after four years on.
Mrs. John Bufas, Mr. and Ms. Lodge 1542 B. P. P. E. present- sthmus.. ..
Nathan Ashton, Mr. and Mrs. ed a West Point Style Cadet The other guests were:
F. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Lake Sabre to the outstanding Cadet and Mrs. William Badders,
Palumbo, Mr. nd Mrs Carl Officer. The Exalted Ruler of and Mrs. Whitman Garrett
Pinto, Mr.,4d Mr. Andrew the Lodge, Mr. Nathan Ashton and Mrs. Elmer Stern, Mrs
Bleakley, and Mr.a,-d Mr. 0. presented the award to Cadet Guln, Mr. and Mrs. S
D. CocKle. -. Lt. Colonel Leo A. Cbnstantine. Churchill. Jr.. and Mr. and
The first priet Iwarde6 was Mr. F. H. Smith, president of William Hughes.
given by the Conmtain the Cristobal Gun Club presented social evening with.
General of the UJ Carib- the Canal Zone .Shooting As- (Continued en Pag 6,
bean. The presentao was sociation medals to members of
made by Colonel H. F. Taylor the MI-M2 and M3 Classes who
for Major-General Lester J. shot the highest score in their HIGH FIDEjTY'
Whitlock, to the cadets of the respective grades with the 22
Military I Class who attained calibre rifle. Military 3 reclp- Pleka.s Tirnwia -.
the highest daily average Jents- Cadet 1st Lt. John Hatgl cabi l Desga & Adih
throughout the-year in Military Military 2- Cadet 1st Class 3 i s .
Science 1st place Cauet Il Charles Hardy, Military I Class TROPICAL E
James AmbraM 2nd' Pae Ca- Cadet I Class Ernest Rodrigue. 45th St. No. 3 Bella
det IC Malcolm Stone. Mr. Smith also presented
Captain L. L. Koepke present- __
ed me second *award for Rear-
Admiral A. N. Bledsoe, Corn-, I
mandant of the 15th Naval Dis- W ONDERFUL BARGAINS'
trict. These awards Went to the O BA G
Cadets in the Military 3 Classas onli
for the highest daily average in as Only
M. S. & T. The recipients were
Cadet Sgt. Andrew Bleakldy
and Cadet Corporal Harvey D. TAHITI CAN OFFER THE
The awards for the Military
3 Class were presented by Lieu-
tenant Colonel H. W. Ladd, Jr,.
for Brigadier-Gerleral Emil C.
Kiel, Commanding General Car-
ibbean Air Command. The re.
ciplents were: Cadet Major Rob-
ert Salter and Cadet Captain
Lieutenant Governor H. Q.
Paxon represented Governor J.
8. Seyb6 d' in presenting the
Governor's Cup and medals to
the cadets of the Milita 3
Clau who made the est
marks on the annual eamina-
tion. The gold cup was pre-
sented to Cadet 1st Lieutenant
Lawrence Cox; the second prize,
a gold medal was won by Cadet
Captain Dale Cockle; 3rd prize,
a silver medal went to Cadet
ajor Carl Pinto.
The Nathaniel J. Owen Post
Ameriaan Legion of Gatun
presented awards to. the cadets
of Milry Clas whomade
the highest maks on the an-
nual asUmnmiton. h fet.'Mau-
rice 1. Towne, Post Commander, A
presented the awards to Cadet PRICED FROM
Corp. Harvey D. Smith, Cadet
Sgt. Andrew Bleakley; and Ca-
det IC Danny George. Am
Captan Earl J. Wilson, head 7 50
of the R.O.T.C. presented the
ROTC medals, to the members
of the Military I Class making
the highest marks on the an-
nual examnaflon. The recipients '
weon: Cadet IC James Ambrose;
2nd Cadet IC Theron Lewis; 3rd. H .i L A 1,
Cadet IC Jamn Taylor. TNE JEWELRY S T O
The most distinguished .Ca- 7 1 1
det medals were presented by ,7 f-
the Atlantic Chapter of R.O.A. ,,,_-_-__


Te, ".. andt t, cle.
' nady pt ot rated"
but suod there
were some,' n.
Age B Bureau
of st be as-
s wed to e that
wIuk the
gsrad -
"Itw wi situa-
tion itf move
in and t tage of con-
ditions that i been so al-
luringly pointed, out to them,"
the report said.
Augusta Is a bustling, over-
crowded town. The hydrogen
bomb plant, Just eross the
Savannah Rm 4 loath Caro-
lina, has a peak Ipyroll of $4,-
000,000 a week. Thousands of
soldiers are A~tgUned at Camp
Gordon a few Miles west of the
Augusta hfs ecoe a famous
dateline sioee .Pr lddot Eisen-
hower began making the Au-
gusta Wational Club his vaca-
tion golf~ headquarters.
Building costs here recently
were cited as the highest in
the nation.
Once a sleepy Southern city
of .50,000 population, Augusta
now tries to aceOmodate the
needs of nerty o0,bo00.

Music Students
To Give Recital
At La BecaCub
Students of the music class
conduct, by EBsha Talt will
appear a recital at La Boca
Clubhouse en May U at 8 p.m.
This will be the annual re-
cital, b, and the pro-
gram 0iA ftfa nged for the
occaason fcludi some classical
Vocal, solst by Miss Myrtle
Green and a Brooks and
Ooral sel#iU6sAy the Jubilee
a armonbs, directed by Rdbert
,. will tepee the 9pp
The charir*a for the kye-
rng will be Mrs. QlgaJCing. ,

Arthur Godfrey
In 'Discomfort
tut Improving
S OTON,"May 18 (UP)-Ar-
thr rey was reported in
discomfort" but In "satisfac-
tory" condition today after un-
dergoing the first of two dell-
cate operations to rebuild his
shattered hip joints.
Dr. .Dean A. Clark, hospital
director, reported that the re' -
haired entertainer's first wor,
after the surgery were: "Bles.

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Household Automobiles
.. feet Westinghouse retrigeratOr IS
376-B Nc% Crisobal. 2nd St A GOOD USED I U I C K
phone 3-28 SMOOT & PAREDES
cR SALE: Mahogar. FOR SALE: 195b OldsmoBlle 2-
q suite. Settee. 3 chairs, 3 end tables door Futuramatic. Perfect condi-
4 Coffee table. iodio able Holly- tion. one owner. 13.000 miles, $1,-.
wood bed. Zall Albrook 2204. J50.00. Mrs. Perry 0944 Amador
R d d
CFGR SALE -Set of bamboo furni- t
Sure excellent condition $125 00. TODAY'S BIST BUY
"-Call 287 Colcn .IS
_- --- -- A GOOD USED B U I C K
YOR SALE: In perfect condton SMOOT PARED.
,ery reasonable, modern mahogaon M_----.--,AR-; S. I
r din.ngroom set. one table with FOR SALE.-950 De Luxe Tudor
Sgloss, I', cloir. China closet Chevrolet, one owner, good me-
Ssjdeboord. Wardrobe. mode by chanical condition. Albrook 2204.
SCowes. Via E;;an a No 54 Apt. 4 TODAY'S.BIST BUY.
O' SALE--- metal Venetan Blinds IS
S50 each. 3 porch shades $2.00 A GOOD USED B U I C K
each. Dry closer and I cupboard. SMOOT & PAREDES
.5 00. 1 electric train and tro- OR SALE 19 M t rad.
Former $15.O 25 cycle Frgdor excellent condition. Motor recently
4000. Single wooden bed co hauled. Call 2-3447.
spring and mattress chest of ------------
drawers, $25 00. Child s chert of FOR SALE- Npew.,1953 frd 2 doo.
Drawers, $3.00 and misc. 1405-D sedah. $7.850. 1940 Chevrolct
SCair St. Tel. 2-4465 $275.00, duty paid. Call 3-5069
:FOb SALE -60 cycle wih TODAY'S BEST BUY
deep freeze. Must see to apore- IS'
cia'e. Used one year. Will sell or A GOOD USED B U I C K
ap for 25 ccle refrigerator. SMOOT & PAREDES
SHouse 269-B,Gatun FOR SALE:-1952 V-8. Fordomatic
*.O." SALE:-2 pc. Iningroom su'te, with radio. Excellent condition. On-
"6000. lo-nge chair $15. Zenih ly $1,750. Phone 83-6221 or 83-
--adio phonograph $30. $60 cycle, .5237.
semi-automalic washer $35. Al- TODAY'S BEST BUY
brook 6130TODA IBT
SFO. SALE: Right for American A GOOD USED B U I C K
c couple. Furniture for Ilvingroom. SMOOT & PAREDES
;ningroomn., kitchen with FOR SALE-Late 1949 Cadillac 62
Kevinotor iccbox and gas stove, all FOR SALE'-Late 1949 Cadillac 62.
clean and excellent cnlitiOn, also Sedan. Duty paid. 38,000 miles.
with option tur ine apartment well original owner. Recent complete
situated. Information 451h. Street mechanical overhaul, new tires.
iTuae In uptabattery, radio, seats covered since
No. 7. Apt. 15. upstairs purchase. Good enamel, $2,000.00.
May be seen El Panama garage
FOR SALE -Reasonable service gas evenings. Call room 229. or 3-
refrigerotor, 6 cu. ft. Four buiner 4755 afternoons, for appointment.
Toppan ga, stove, wicker set, iron- TODAY'S BEST BUY
ing board. Tel. 3-1688.T A iS
SFOR SALE:-Sofa and chiar,'dining- A GOOD USED B U I C K
room table and 4 chairs. Rug SMOOT & PAREDES
:,Cheap. Sell, leave country. 461h
'street HousR No. 13, telephone 3- FOR ALE.-M. G. 1951, good con-
ditior,. reasonable price. Call Cris-
,434".7-- tobal 2103. ,
*. FOR SALE: Triumph motorcycle,
SFOR SALE speedturn. 500, c.c.. excellent con-
"'. edition. House 1544-B, Mango St.
Boats & Motors albos .
A LEA Fa scwter r"'R~an FOR SALE.---1950 Oldimobile Ny.
T"w.' Valued ot- $1000000 by dramel, rdle, white well tires,
,Owner, Naval Offi- duty paid. ete. top hope, argaein.
u|;suronce Co. Owner, Naval Ofh- C p 14 ;,1? ".
kr., must r-turn to States imme- ll Panama 3-4914 or 3-2333.
'duately. Best offer take sh;p. no W KT
easonable ofter refused. Phone 3- WANTED I
'2723 or write for details Post
;Dff.ce Box 332:. Morgjirta..__ 1iSCe laneous
WANTED:- wood outboard mo-
S FO SALE r, in r condition or not or
a l FOR S Lparts for oJkwood. Ter. 88-539.
, .' Ft. Gulick.
S,- Real Estate Ft. Gulick.
O SALE:--Established quick serv- Brbara To Wed
Ice laundry in the heart of Colon a To
Truck, machinery and equipment Acto To Neal
2 to 3 '2 years old. Opportunity CtOr om Neal

: f6r energetic person. Purchase can
be made with or without real-
Sestate. If Interested you may con-
tact El Lavomatico, 8054 11th. St.
Colon or telephone 1462.
'Oldest Member
Qf Congress Dies
LACROSSE, Wis., May t8. (UP)
--Bep. Merlin Hull, oldest mem-
b of Congress, died in Lutheran
IOAptal here yesterday at the
age of 81.
Hull had been a congressman
Since 1928. representing Wiscon-
sin's 9th District as a Republi-
Shobme was in B Zak l1v
1rils. Wis.. where he had pub-
ed a weekly newspaper since
Dr. Alf Ounderson said Hull
Died of bronchial pneumonia
c: complicated by conditions of ad-
Svanced age.
For a time. Hull was in the
e Betheada, Md.. .Naval hospital
and later transferred to Luther-
. an Hospital here and underwent
bfn operation April 15.

25 OR 60 CYCLE
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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinip.
Central Avenue, K Street corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Panoma.
one way $85, round trip $135 (15
day-limit) $169.QO, pgyd on year;
o LOS ANGILS. on way, $149.15,
found trip, $252.35. (90 41dy-Htl).
Pemsma Diplm. Sileq e A ide
Neleenal (Autemeble Raw). TeL
Panama 2-1655.- _
Travel via "AREA," "the Route of the
Good Neighbor." NO INCREASE
$70.00.. .NEW YORK. 5114.00.
S.GUAYAQUIL, $80.00... QUI-
TO, $86.00. Round trip to MIA-
MI. $126.00.. NEW YORIC,
$214.00. .GUAYAQUIL $144.00
S..QUITO, $154.80. BOEING 4- Dlanes. For more details mee
. Avenida Nacionol lAutemobile
Row telephone 2-1655.

FOR SALE:-French piano, $50; 25
cycle "RCA" mongfe. small, 5$0;
Baby car seat and fold away baby
table. 425 Porto :'llo St. Ancon
or 2-4381. .,
FOR SALE: -- Newly arrived fancy
tropical fishes, hamsters, parp(
keets, African love birds flowers,
Panama's only PET SHOP. No. 55
Via Espona, phone 3-5411.

Position Offered

WANTED:-Solesmbn "automobile
must be experienced and willing to
stact from, bottom excellent op-
portunity for right man. Box 879':

WANTED; Automobile Salesmon
opportunity to work into sales
managership for right man. Write.,
stating quolificotions. BO 879
Panama. .
WANTED: Panamanian Salesmdn
Salary qnd commission paid. Cal
for appointment: 3-4242.

Atlantic Society.. .
(Continued on Page IVE)
was enjoyed after dinner. Th FR
prizes were won by Mr. Q ar
rett, Mrs. Gukl, Mrs. Meel~,
Mr. Starford *Churchill, Jr., Mr,
andH Mr. Sterns and Mr.

Caribbean College Club
Spring Luncheon
r The Caribbean College Club'
will hold its Spring luncheon
at the Hotel Washington at i
12:30 p.m. on Saturday. Reser- F7
nations may be made by calling
Mrs. Alton F. Jones 3-2409; Mra.
Richard C. Carter, Jr., 3-2354;
anrd MTrs. Jame It-a S It

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Late This Summer 'f a 'Fabo Fo
At Coco Solo
HOLLYWOOD May 18 (UP) Tickets are on sale for the
Actress Barbiara Payton an- benefit card party, tea and
nounced today she will marry fashion show to be given by
actor Tom Neal in Paris late the Colon Unit of the Inter..
this summer. tAmerican Women's Club, Sat-
urday, May 23 at the Coco Solo
Miss Payton's divorce from Club, starting at 1;00
actor Franchot Tone becontes p.m.
final May 21. She said she Tea will be served at 4:00
would go into court with St p.e L and the fashion show will
orny Milton Golden to pick put on at 4:30 p.m. No '
up her final decree. reservations are necessary, and FO
'"Tom is the right one for tickets may be obtained a& the I
me," she said. door as well as from the Club
Neal and Tone clashed In or members at $1.00 each.
pre-dawn hours Sept. 14, 1951, Saccessful Card Party in Gatun ma
on MIN Pay on's lawn In a Th& loality of the Immacul-
Ilight 0oV h atfeetla Noda Aft ptlon C urch In a- Mr
sent Toneto a hospital with a tun held a successful benefit Pe
Sbutken Tose aother!njurie.card party In the palish hall
But Tone won Miss Payton, of the church Friday evening. Ma
marryn her a few weeks lat- Mrs. M. La Croix was gen-
er. The marriage lasted about eral chairman. The decorations
three months when she sued were done by Mrs. 0. L. Ha- raw
for divorce ka uon and Mr. Louis Vogt. of
Miss Payton said she a Tn e d' prizes.were ,won by K
Neal will leave for Rnglnd r chelbe and Yedy
Aug. 5 to do a picture, toge- Herman.
there. fJe heu. Is.- com- Chowdet Party in Gatun C
pleted they 'will marry nd Over 180 members of the Ga- OW
honeymoon in Paris, she said. tun Community enjoyed a fish ci
chowder arty given by the em- ev
C l0 ir4-U Aids to Naviga- W
2 on the Dock, Fri-
I j day event. -
ATT IEenefit .or Trefoll House sp
BATTERIES wed*alf* pn
The M Locke Dance re- re
cital repeated at the ta
Oreo Gatu tre at 7:30 p.m. "
Wedni y.e May 20, under the
ausplcs of the Gatun Civic p9
Special made .oinfB to raise funds for Tre- m
foil nBA
"Prtce.aanu2=la.n 50 cents am
for the Tropics for chll
dren. It that all real- 3
dents oai- unity will at*
tend. m

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HOUSES ON 3EACH ft ua d s,
also In COOL Carm' CmW na
Mountain. Phone SHRAPNEL, al.
boo 1389.
FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Santa Clara. Completely furnmhed.
Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
Bring your Nnens. Phone O-Dagmar'
.Williams Santa Clara Beach cottegies
2 bedrooms, refrigerator Rockles
ranges. Balboa 2-3056, except
week -ends.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clara with an
oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rockgas refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffleboard. Pone-
mA 3-1877. Margarita 3-1673,
Box No. 435, Balboa.
Gramllch Santa Clara beoch-cot-
t. aoges. Electne iceboxne, gos toyv"
moderate rates. Telephone 6-441
Gamboa; 4-567, Pedro Miguel.

FOR RENT: Ventilated, screened
and modern chalet, two bedrooms,
maid room, hot water, good view of
Panama Golf Club. $125.00 morth-
ly. Miguel Hive, phone 3-4844.
FOR RENT:-Chalet, furnished or
unfurnished fully fenced, three
bedrooms, two baths, parlor, din-
ingroom, thene, porch, maid's
room, garage, small- swimming
pool, one year renewable ewa tp-
reliable party, with three months
pre payment. Box 5043 Ancon, Cp-
nal Zone.
FOR RENT:--Modern recently built
chalet, 3 bedrooms, diningroam,
living hall room. pantry, kitchen,
: porch, garage, 2 bothroors, hqt
water and G beautiful garden.' For
American family only. For informa-
tion, 10th street No. 1I. corner
San Francisco de la Caleta.


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No more ,entaets for spots can be aeepted mnti June 1.

Believing thst ,here is a saturaton point for spott,
we are foreed to announee that we can broadcast
no more .adMtioal spots until June 1 at at.

However, there are several choice times for programs lH *pe.

One of the beat ways of getting your sales manage over
to the EmgishIlanguage audience is throfl HOG,
because we do net fill up your time with hundred of spotb. -

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j..Following is the list of advertss who got is .A the wire.-"

Lucky Strike
Paoll Mall


Case Fastlich
Parisien Furniture

Philippine Rattan Furniture
Searsn, Roekock


American Protection Society
Chloroedent (toothpaste)
Distribuidere ElectricI

Lady Lennox (heir dye)
El Aguila Imperial (building and lea)
Pan American Airways
Real-Kill (insecticide)
Sylvania (Estate Ranges).

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Carte V Riej
Pabst live Ribb-u


First Church Christ
the Scientist
Seventh Day Adventist

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To 2 Victories Over A's
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Martinez KO's Jqan Diaz

In Sixth Round Of Thriller

Isiiro Martinez last night
stretched his victory skein to
eleven in a row by knocking
out Juan Diaz II in the sixth
round of their scheduled teh-
round main bout match at the
Colon Arena before 1,500 fans.
After a dull first round in
which the -contestants felt out
each other, Martinez came to
life in the second round and
clipped Juan Diaz with a short
right to the jaw. during an ex-
'change. Diaz went down for a
nine count, and was groggy
when he regained his feet but
he weathered the storm.
Diaz came out for the third
round apparently recovered
from the effects of the blow
and proceeded to administer a
boxing lesson to Martinez for
the next three rounds.
During the third, fourth and
fifth Martinez kept relentless-
ly after his smaller and speed-
ler opponent. Near the end of
thr bhird Dlaz opened a cut
iver Martinez' left eyebrow.
This seemed to enrage Marti-
. ez and he repeatedly called
0o Diaz to stand up and fight.I

pleted but he couldn't make
Martinez weighed 122 pounds
as compared to 118 for Diaz.
The semifinal was even more
action packed than the fea-
ture. Sylvester Wallace, 135,
knocked out Kid Allen, 137, who
fought as a substitute for the
ailing Leonel Peralta.
Allen was the aggressor dur-
ing the early rounds and gain-
ed confidence when he opened
a deep gash over Wallace's
right eye in the third. There
were many thrilling exchanges
but Wallace gradually became
stronger and finally his terrific
body punching sent Allen to
the canvas for the full count.
Allen, like Diaz, was stopped
in the sixth round. He was giv-
en a rousing cheer after his
courageous effort.
The six-rond "special'" be-
tween Panama Ray Robinson
and Al Stewart also ended be-
fore the scheduled limit. Ro-
binson was awarded a TKO a
victory in the fifth round af-
ter giving Stewart a complete
going over.

Diaz, however, weaved In and Marcial Molinar made an im-
-t and made Martinez miss pressive debut Into the pro
fpeatedly while Diaz kept ranks by pounding out a split
oring and seemed on his way decision (two Judges voted for
Victory. Midway through the Molinar while the referee call-
xti however, two solid ed it a draw i over Ralton Lew-
p ches by Isidro to the mid- is in the four-round prelimin-
Off plus a left to t he jaw ary 126-pound contest.
aent Diaz sprawling to the These' two ~boys put on a
lanvas. Diaz tried hard to get good show with four rounds of
IEp before the count was corn- thrilling action.
W-1 ~ ---_ -__ _

-O Wmbgert, leftalJohn y Palmer watched
el.yd unxIuIl araddlep6sed 'foi m sinking a
Mexico City's Pea Am-sm Open. (NBA)


TEAM- Won Lost Pet
Philadelphia .... 16 7 .49g
Milwaukee...... 15 a8 .&
Brooklyn ...... 15 11 7l
St. Louis .. .. 13 j-
New York ......12 5 444
Chicago.... .... 14, .3t
Pittsburgh.. .... 10 17 .314
Clioinnati.. .. .. 6 14 .00
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N).'
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N).
New York at St. Louis.
(Only Games Scheduled.)


NEW YORK, May 18 (UP) Cleveland came
bff the floor, using its one-two punch-Early Wynn
?nd Mike Garcia-to bounce back into the American
League pennant race today.
Wynn halted the Indians' five-I Rain postponed the Detroit-
same losing streak when he Boston double-header in the
pitched them to a 7-3 triumph American League and the Phila-
over the Athletics in the first of delphia-i'Llwaukee twin-bill In
two game yesterday and Garcia the National.
mpade the day complete by foiling Carl Erskine turned in the
Philadelphia 9-1 in the 10-inning finest pitching performance of
iightcap,. the day when he held the Reds
Jim Hegan put the first game to one hit. a sixth-inning bunt
on Ice when he blasted a three- single by Gus Bell, to pace
run homer off Bobby Shantz in Brooklyn to a 10-0 decision in
the second inning, a frame in the nightcap of a doublehead-
which the Indians netted four er after Cincinnati took the i
runs. Wynntook it from there, first game, 13-5.
limited the A's to six hits and
was rewarded with his fourth Erskine, who pitched a no-hit-
triumph. ter. against the Cubs last June
Garcia scattered nine hits 19. allowed only one ball to be
'for his third victory In the hit to the outfield as his team-
nightcap as the Indians shell- mates pounded out 29 hits, in-
ed Alex Kellner and Harry cluding a homer by Bill Antonel-
Byrd amid an eight-run bar- lo, to snap their four-game losing
rage in the 10th that included streak. Cincinnati "out-homered"
seven hits and two Philadel- the Dodgers in the opener, Jim
phia errors. By winning, Cleve- Greengrass, Ted Kluszewsti, Wil-
land moved Into third place, lard Marshall and Bell each
only two-and-a-half games be- homering for the Reds while C
h!nd the league leading Yank- Jackie Robinson, George Shuba
ees. and Roy Campanella did likewise i
Billy Martin's two-run single in for the Dodeers. -
the 10th gave the Yankees a 6-5 Tookie Gilbert, rookie Giant i
decision over the Browns in the first baseman, highlighted a
opener of a twin-bill but the sec- four-run sixth inning rally with
ond game was called at the end a three-run homer to pace his 1
of three-and-a-half scoreless in- team to a 9-6 victory over the C
nings because of darkness. Cardinals. Gilbert collected four
Martin's blow came with the of the Giants' 17 hits as .Tim 1
bases loaded after Clint Court- Heprn, who hurled the first five- '
ney delivered a pinch single in and-two-third innings, was the r
the top of the 10th to put St. victor.
Louis ahead, 5-4. Irv Noren's
-two-run triple in the ninth tied Chicago swept a doubleheader S
the game after the Yankees had from Pittsburgh, 6-2 and 7-3, the
trailed from the first inning. Bob second game being halted after, fourth Yankee hurler, six-and-ahalf innings because of C
was the winner and rookie Mike darkness. Paul Minner held the a
El"ska the loser. Pirates to six hits in the opener
Paul Richards' exciting White and Johnny Klippstein was the
Box remained a half game be- winner in the final although
hind the Yankees by toppling touched for homers by Ralph
Washington, 7-3, as Saul Rogo- Kiner and Cal Abrams.
v!n scattered 11 hits. The White
Fox clinched the contest in the Yesterday's star Carl Er-
third inning when Sam Mele skine of Brooklyn for his one- N
hit a two-run homer off ex- hit 10-0 victory over Cineinna- C
term-mate Chuck Stobbs to give ti in the second game of a c
Ch'cago a 5-1.margin. double-header.


CMlcago'at Washington (N).
Detroit at Boston (2).
(Only Games Scheduled.)

FIRST GAME (10 Innings)
St. Louis 201 010 000 1-5 10 0
New Y'rk 000 000 202 2-6 12 0
Larsen. Paige. Trucks, Blyska
(0-21, Pillette and Moss, Court-
ney: Ford, Scarborough. Gor-
man. Kuzava (1-0) and Silvera,
St. Louis at New York
(Postponed, Darkness.)
Cleveland 040100011-7 11 1
Philadelphia 100000 002-3 6 4
Wynn (4-1) and He iin;
Shantz (3-5), Scheib and As-
SECOND GAME (10 Innings)
Clove. 001 000 000 8-9 14 1
Phila. 000 001 000 0-1 9 2
Garcia (3-3) and Tipton. He-
gan: KeUner (5-3), Byrd. Mar-
tin and Murray.
Chlago 032 002 000-7 12 0
Washtngt'n 100 000 200-3 11 1
Rogovin (2-4) and Wilson:
Stobbs (2-4). Dixon, Schmitz and
Grasso, Fitzgerald.
Boston at Detroit
(Twinbill postponed, Rain)

Hal Wlfield

Wins 2 HaN le

Races In Succession
By United Press
Olympc c'hamplon Mal Whit-
field of Now York has won his
second half.-ile Io two nights
in California. Friday night.
Whitflad t p d the field in
the LA AM h Coliseum Re-
lays." Satturdy night, he loafed
to an ia n the California
Relays at Moato. His time was
one-minate jd 3-seconds flat.
Georeo University ran
the fa tew ditance medley of
the year 10-minutes, three
and five-tenth seconds. Anchor-
man Charity Caposzoll ran the
Mille .n four-15-two.


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GALLOPING HOME Bedulno, Mriq.-aeiata Alvarw fayealk
old grey Chilean horse, roz)ap to an qy six-length i
the $1.000 added Horse O6wers Aoation Cl3asle'tm
afternoon at the Juan Franco' Raee Trck. Saddle .84
Aguirre rides the -HIner.

Pittsburgh 001 001 000-2 7 1
Chicago 010 102 20x-6 11 2
LaPalme (1-2), Face, Bowman
and Fjindlock; Minner (2-2) and
McCullough, Atwell.
SECOND GAME (7 Innings)
Pittsburgh 000 002 1-3 4 1
Chicago 000 430-x-7 8 1
Pettit (1-2), Waugh, Face. Mo1o
Donald, Hetki and Garagiola;
Kllopstein (2-2), Hacker and At-
Brooklvn 010 100 001- 5 7 1
Cincinnati 202 412 02x-13 15 0
Loes (4-2), Black, Podesa
Branca and Camnnella;
Church, Smith (2-0) amd 8emr-
Brooklyn 100 210 600-.-10 20 0
Cincinnati 000 000 00oQ- 0 1 3
Erskine (4-1) and Caninm m.
a: Raffensberger (1-4). NIeve"
Webmeler. Erautt and 8em1
nick, Baldwin. .
New York 212 004 000-9 17 .
it. Louis 010 202 I1-0 10
R Hearn (2-3). Wilhelm an
Westrum: Presko (1-3), Coalum,
Clprke. Miller, C1'ymbers, Brazlo
and Ric,?, Fusselman.
Philadeluhia at Milwvake
(TwinblU postponed; Ratsl)

TEAM- Won Lost Pet.
New York .. .. .. 18 9 .667
chtcago.... ....19 11 .633
Cleveland .. .. .. 15 11 .J77
Boston .. .. ... 14 11 .560
ashlngton.. .. 14 15 ASa
St. Loui .. .. .. 12 1C .429
Phlladelphia .... 12 18 .0
Detrolt ...... .. 8 21 .276

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Brien of Sooter 'California the
won both the shot pnt and the
discus at MAode~. o is winning "
distance in tle shot was 56-feet,
11-inche... more than two feet
bort .ofA world record he set
set a, -a ain the West
The only casualty In Saturday1
night's meet Was movie actress
Ann Franud, queen of the re-
lays. Ann ad her two atten-
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MAY 18, 1953

z- n"ja I n Suppliea s avgan
2^e Isupreme Allued comzmd. a-
Gens. Harrison, Clark Hu' e

`r1opes tat n troop ther
i A DENIED-TitAs UN Truce Views D ive
PLEA DENIED Nathan Leo- As UN TrucVie s Di eeby0o pacent In. the cren T.
pold reads a copy of letter in-A eDartomeet
forming him that his parole fuse rotary Cbarle E. W1- In ordet to- t,
plea has been denied and his TOKYO. May 18 (UP) Gen. for themselves whether to go unacceptable, even though some mat b naem stom 1a tr eICr- a8ucdsona Wei goal& ordower tob
case continued until 1965. Leo- Mark W. Clark and Lt. Gen. back to the side from which of its provisions might be. the oi0loa n Ui ANO ofsai 14enoals 8 it t ar
pold, an Inmate of Stateville William Harrison held secret they were captured. Radio Pelping also attempted uu rmu ag tAa igthele w e t bt.B North Atlantic TTea
prison at Joliet, Ill., was con- talks today on new United Na- The Allied principle la "entire- to take advantage of the differ- Emrutaom r "-rly tw irat y "we wil Btl fa .
evicted in 1924 with Richard tions Command strategy to end ly wrong and, "fundamentally ences between the United States y Iesu," the. the minim um"w w iea defensive ell fa
% Loeb of a thrill-slaying, the Korean truce deadlock on impossible," Peiping said. and Great Britain on the. K6- Qting a spemtt 4dpatch eh Vqbrdto revente-
the war prisoner issue. Consequently, it added, the 26- rean truce negotiations. tfrh Kaesong, t oe badcast rious..eversal In the early stges
It was believed the Far East- article Allied counter-proposal Is "The United states govern. charged Wa was "re- of a t ed attack.' It
Edior Wecser ern supreme commander and a poaible for th* e tpid increase In a s a
0 IIV Wechslr his chief truce negotiator had j faith" ad does n Wlotwnto nr-i ar t oe the past two yer5"Q
i fays M *lhyexchanged views with Wash- nA o l itice In Korea. b t twe are. stl i- et
Says M Cailhy ington by radio teletype. M cCon ne Zooms A head "But this time -a bue hock y rE f. alrpiower.
Robert D. Murphy, former U.S. wasin store fqr W V -hgton
Picke W g F ighl ambassador to Japan and now w hen world pubiid n told "'TO counter the threat,
ke WrongClark's special diplomatic ad- I AA It that the h of A world submarines and mines, ned W ned_
viser, took part in the closed- n N lg 1111i O feS0 for an a be I- addonal. escorts and h-ine C. `
WASHINGTON, May 18 (UP) door sessions in the supreme ig aBored and bawruslwee4peer," Ridgway sald. "We
James Wechsler, editor of the commander's Pershing Heights 0 garrison'ss volun o0u 26- must Increase the reserves e of wlB
New York Post, said last nigltt headquarters. int counterpropaml could not air Band forces, streng their Ba 1
that Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy Harrison will confer again to- SEOUL, Korea, May 18 (UP) earlier claim because he and his I the real Ia i corre- supaly troops, and i tlur e Admillatf
(R-Wis.) "takes the view that he morrow with Clark and Murphy Sabre pilots shot down 12 Mig- wingman were too busy fighting ient notes. cotinuou supply of all r
can cut down the amount of before returning to the Allied 15s today with Capt. Joseph Mc- 28 Migs to see the plane crash. s was animedate arm- forest d
press criticism If he threatens | tuce camp at Munsan, Korea, for Connell bagging two to run his McOonnell, In raisin his score sie versus avold al armi- Ridgway, who steps up to J 1
editors." the resumption at Panmunjom "kill" to 16 and make him un- to 18 confirmed '"kUll," -three a Uce." cht of staff next Augtd .i redaction "t to
Wechsler's statement was made Wednesday of truce talks, now disputed king of the Korean damaged and one destruction the administration's for$ more. than l 100,a
on the "Meet the Press" televi- in recess. skies, claim pending, snatched the le t rest "Is essential to t-
slon program (NBC). Harrison called the recess last The Sabres tangled with the in the Jet-killing derby from fA Ufr curity of the United ta of te a o
Saturday "for administrative Russian-made supersonic jets for Capt. Manuel J. Feranadea and ell as to all the NAtd 1, 3, Infom ouram
He was questioned about his reasons" as his delegation locked the sixth straight day and ran went ahead to stay. A Houe Foreign AfftSIat ,
recent appearances before Me- horns with Communist negotiat- their total during that.time to Just before McConnell weat-yp committee also reported a Cant- wl baprea vert
Carthy's Senate permanent In- ors on final disposition of pris- 36 kills. for the second time today'the week end allied 12-m h pe nd a
vestigating subcommittee. owners of war who do not want to McConnell, of Apple Valley, Ar Force retired ern of rope are short on fu gradually
Wechsler said McCarthy called go home. Calif. became the world's first Miami, FIa., from flight satm. ifanC ammunition, i re5ed nir
question him about a book he that the United States wanted to No. 15 on his first of two mis- permission to fly 25 more mis- Plans are made eto lrate officer a yong o -'.t
had once written and then de- seek some kind of an understand- sons of the day. He returned sions, but the Air Force 4Med MA22, National Mt .Dy, ing done a, tthe
voted most of his time to a per- ing with Great Britain, since later to get his 16th. to retire him now and send him in anamA at a form .-l Mdit r The ftLS ebemr F .df -
sonal attack on him as an editor. Prime Minister Winston Church- Black-haired, 30-year-old Me- back to the United States where dance In the Bella s istl.tooM committee, ILd f
"I give him A for e f f or t," ill had endorsed, with reserva- Connell knocked down his see- he may pass along bl know- &at Hotel El Panam.k T%-fti Gn. La ftal .5
Wechsler said. "I think in the tions, the eight-point truce plan ond "official" plane today after ledge to other jet pilot&. night p a i air* co
long run the evidence will be submitted to the Communists the Air Force had held up an On the ground Chinese infa- aB rope, to5 i War. 1
that Senator McCarthy picked and rejected by Harrison on ad- trymen drove counterattac i a aS
the wrong fight at the wrong vide from Washington. South Koreans from O Commander J. A. Maloney, prblm" to t
time." Asked if he was pessimistic a-Mrs i n seng oein ye ea nn O of d n r
bout the chances for peace in 's pi handsfighting in the east. Military ea "Tranro.rta forces. .. q .tp ....
He said McCarthy was looking Korea, Harrison replied: "A sol- sector. 8 *frC l ane '
"beyond" the New York Post. and dier is never pessimistic. He just aghth Army -dqaXT .. v] Area ohstrman ot .. -
at other newspapers, "where takes what comes." the fjiurhttgi s "steady om z3S te Sif
editors may not be as tough and Red China, through the Pel- tense."'ow. To o t
scare more easily." Many editors ping Radio, took advantage of e C""-i-
In many communities have the recess in the truce talks to On Tram 4rNa$
"tough local problems," he said. propagandize against the Al- o
he can cut down the amount of ers be given the right to decide year-old Romanan, is in serious 1 7 V t
press criticism if he threatens condition today at the Santo r a ...b
editors," Wechsler said. "ThBerre Tomas Hospital where she un u- peh o
are many small communities dorwent an operation for a rup- $uWAuhDML M.1 Y'). i! QI.u10
where the pressures on editors tFrediierfolM it ed liner following an auto- '- ar .
aremuch greater than in Paliber-is f hvrmobileesaccident.dJIe Rai lo I"

arecityS h ikeNe wYo rk T Io al ;Wpadn he was a pacsenges InherorCO'pon VI, Meaya Clu mam 1
sTal O husband's cfhadr which wn as travel-HAN(d d hands' scaw hic s wsfor trave-....o10"n'" bc W '
n nn w ing To a r on the Trans-Isthiian (stP) Cmmunist- Vl1 e 6na an bobte- oi n e
un Jewhish King he airo Highay near Ojo de Agua Fri- troops. who a nked the French .to-oBcl Mle fore ram i.Iies
o day.S *dld"protectin H i
It was learnedthat the driver, the rice-0i h d River Delta, he su a
Tl oiH OaSeT Tex., May 18 (UP)Otto d, Haengel, 25, Romanman, were P 'nw back today wilthIll

H OUSTON, Te x.,nh May I-hm otll-e-o the SubhatwrodLeoy Itteefti m
A-oHa e -Sheppard (Abdullah) King III, allegedly lost control of the car "tEtI 103" afUt a 28-hour dt nhua y of1..
o anum lnt i Paris who won and perhapslohe thoediah he blacked out due toh FJeoS ar at' ] Tl el of thlasWtaiy othe fate ,.- S -
Sti al he day he will fly to Cairo Wednes- attack. i y-eMe ad dfrd le r of Yen RVi, iy 2 1 I and p ored To h-e
PrARIS, May 18 tUPf Thea day to try to talk her out of dl- Haengel suffered d right leg forced the Ad tops frommthe lThetubbeoth i

o e- the lof hiance y U n- h os a ced dii n heri t a end l suffrned Ag u t l eg h Se d V etimlnh from thsegi a tL^ B ^ C $t1 r t Som. *y
PARInow Solder Ma 18 nd known "1vorcing him. and foreheadInjuries as a re- inside edeonas 13s they husd irerfa e lvc celvinf so far o f C Vi"T *'' V
Sthe o "I'm not just going to sit here suit of the accident, but was not inoI AVhatagndkcombat. be ip .
Jewish martyr" of Nazi perseCU- hospitalized. F hwoo* andtalocal his address plaints a AM V*. \ t
Selnto lthe sterd to s hed ld ng at b ., gra it was
tione was laid todan t at tpres- boyhe palatial home His wife was considered to be we help theWib In some
saidatttheofher.altlho.meI o.y-_iXr.mdo la "
ence of high French government Inherited by himself and his in serious condition today. The brreh ha1 south ofhere. a
ficialsewishe r n pretty 19-year-old sister. Pat. Haengels reside in Panama. CaptOre Rintricate.steel f rtr p..
presentatves o foreign embas- "I'm cabling Samia (his wife~)ri and. oaedisdefe lye system at uallreda i --
.0coming n nto Cairo Friday night o NineWee S kwey twhwo theo euof few iratrletter wchAOA' -O
Icro d of 0j into d eoaskingw hertoaseeto eoSc toemitteethdveos dI ee .-
the narrow streets of the pre- the airport o meetin mIne ts erzMr~h ie
Sdominantly Jewish quarter be- he airot Eatth th Pn tono oft d birthday of -s esi
tween the city hall and the Place whole thing can be straightened MO d leader. He B'Ay18 )-Thereportedtohave
Tde tRlev. erNI sthe-r ommndws o m au i 18h e toh) -Theareported t o haven
Pier C outhfotheealcorin the principalrmchonavfly
this matter over." -- About 1.000 AFL_, machlnlst .Vetminh PfaffnWl e&m tsS olmde-pla.I.
state for health, in the principal King, who faced d~riherit- and 4.500 CIO United Auto Work- A 9 8._ .Smb f- ""sm
of suffering of the Jewish peo- marry Samia Gamal. blamed the tUon's largest jet engine factoryl1 for e wors mt.Tieoniha ."d
ple There was a relous ded-Arabs for his wife's announce-today under a wage agreementofforedOf t.
cation, and a band played the ment yesterday that she would ending a nine-week-old strike. hs .been to
Israeli national anthem. seek a divorce. A General Electric Co. proposal ha be Burate who, by
Members of the committee heyher acquaintances In providing a six to eight centT lea, do
charge then'went to the otherEgypt, have no love former. IhourlypayIncrease.Improved h :eii'i'to
end of the city to lay a wreath know that." m eniorlty and grievance clauses dyra 1The:deypv "m-it of,
on- the tomb of France's Un- He said he believed they had and "some adJustments" dn alas- -vrlolment so ,r @. .'
"since she arrived there only by membership of the two unions."law last''
two weeks ago" and were..large- The wage increase was the same od at" anht..
BelboaT edse ly responsible for the cable I got offered by the company before the..
from her last night." the trike.frod.
TueSday, May 19 "That must be the case. When Officials at' the big Evendaleimn inn
HIGH LOW she left here there had been no Jet engie plant near here, hoped.X, ,,
8:15 a.m. 1:56 a.m. word between us In the way of for a speedy resumption of full
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